> > Since we agree that cql and srw will have independent versions, how
> > will a client convey the cql version?
> > For that matter if cql is used outside of srw, how is the version to
> > be indicated?
> Sheesh, guys, enough with all these hard questions already! :-)
How about assigning the CQL prefix?
> for the SRW case, the CQL version can be disovered from the ZeeRex
> record. (That's conceptually true, at least -- Rob can tell us
Uhhhh.... ahhhh .... *runs off to look at the DTD* ....
Ummmmm ..... I'll get back to you :P
> > And the cql context set -- do we assume that its version is the same
> > as the cql version?
> I don't think that's a good idea. Clients that care enough to want to
Oh :( Actually, as 'cql' is reserved and can only ever point at the
current CQL set, I thought that it was a fairly good trick for assigning
> BTW., Rob, the CQL set's documentation at
> has gone away.
That would now be at cql/context-sets/cql.html, ala Ray's preference for -
lowercase rather than camelCase (meaning that he can just unzip the whole
set of docs rather than searching for links to rename)
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